Airbnb and Landlords in Ontario
With the growing popularity of Airbnb in Ontario, many landlords have made the decision that they would rather use their units as Airbnb rentals rather than trying to find long term tenants. Since traditional tenant agreements are no longer the...Read More
Parental Waivers for Children’s Activities – Are they valid?
We've all seen variations of parental waivers for children's activities before. Parents are often asked to sign these prior to sending their kids off to sports camp, summer camp, and other activities that may involve the potential for physical injuries....Read More
Rising Environmental Compliance Costs – Roxie Graystone interviewed for Ottawa Construction News
"Are general contractors, skilled trades and suppliers in Ottawa aware of the legal risks and challenges of currently evolving environmental issues and legislation?" Construction and environmental lawyer Roxie Graystone spoke with Ottawa Construction News this month regarding climate-related regulatory compliance...Read More
Self-Representation In Court
Some individuals heading to court may decide to represent their case independently, without involving a lawyer. Choosing such a course for litigation presents its own challenges, requiring skill and planning. Long before a court date is set, it is necessary...Read More